9 Ways to Deck Out Your Walls for Fall

Autumn means parties, guests and family gatherings. Bring in the look and feel of the outdoors with these nine easy ideas for adding a fall touch to your home.
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Acorns and Autumn

Create a wall grouping with fall flair by framing fall leaves, autumn-colored paper and sentiments that celebrate the season. You can also add a temporary touch of fall to any flat-fronted frame by hot gluing acorn tops to its surface. Design by Layla Palmer

Brown Paper Blossoms

Create large wall blossoms by cutting petals out of brown paper bags. Use museum putty to attach them to the wall in an organic pattern for a temporary, fun and festive look. Design by Destiny Alfonso

Rustic Elements

Chippy, barnwood frames and a wreath made of red and rust-colored leaves add up to one fantastic fall-inspired wall display by blogger Melaine Thompson.

Open Frames

Pumpkins and sheaths of wheat, backed by a display of open frames, have a decidedly fall feel with the addition of a dried artichoke wreath and family name initial. Design by Cailan Matthews

Metallic Mirrors

Create warmth by spray-painting inexpensive, wood mirror frames with metallic spray paint. Hang in a grid pattern behind pumpkins and fall leaves for a contemporary-meets-traditional look. Design by Lani Ariani

Primitive Perfected

Distressed shutters and shelves make great backdrops and ledges for faux fall leaves and other autumn-inspired decor. Design by Ruth Winans

Wall Words

Fill separate frames with letters that spell out autumn-themed words, like "fall," "gather" or "give thanks." Design by Monica Mangin

Window Box

Attach a wooden box to the long side of an old window and fill with pumpkins, moss, fall flowers and berries from the craft store. Change out the floral elements seasonally for different looks. Design by Mandy Stansberry

Row of Wreaths

Embellish a row of mirrors with grapevine wreaths hung from autumn-colored ribbon. Use a small tack at the top of each mirror to hold them in place for the season. Design by Trisha Phillips

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